Dr. Arash Naeim is trained in health services research with an emphasis in cost-effectiveness and decision-making in older cancer patients, and his research focuses on aging and cancer. In recent years, Naeim also has been involved in developing informatics in hematology/oncology. He has an interest in how electronic databases and medical records can be used in outcomes research, patient/physician education and healthcare interventions.
Selected Cancer-Related Publications:
Hurria A, Naeim A, Elkin E, Limaye S, Grover A, Hudis C, Pearce C, Robson M. Adjuvant treatment recommendations in older women with breast cancer-A survey of oncologists. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol. 2007; 61(3): 255-60.
Naeim A, Keeler EB, Reuben D. Perceived causes of disability added prognostic value beyond medical conditions and functional status. J Clin Epidemiol. 2007; 60(1): 79-85.
Naeim A, Hurria A, Leake B, Maly RC. Do age and ethnicity predict breast cancer treatment received? A cross-sectional urban population based study. Breast cancer treatment: age and ethnicity. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol. 2006; 59(3): 234-42.
Sawhney R, Sehl M, Naeim A. Physiologic aspects of aging: impact on cancer management and decision making, part I. Cancer J. 2005; 11(6): 449-60.
Sehl M, Sawhney R, Naeim A. Physiologic aspects of aging: impact on cancer management and decision making, part II. Cancer J. 2005; 11(6): 461-73.